These Jewish activists work as translators for migrants to fight ‘language violence’

(JTA) — In 2018, a caravan of Central American migrants approached the United States through Mexico, stoking both fears and compassion.  Ariel Koren, an interpreter who was translating for separated families near the U.S.-Mexico border at the time, saw a bureaucracy intent on discouraging immigration by making the process nearly impossible for non-English speakers. She […]

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